Hernán Molina returns to Estrella TV as a political commentator on the network’s national weekday newscast “Cierre de Edición.”
He’ll be providing weekly political analysis related to the 2020 presidential election.
A native of Argentina, Molina was a political analyst for Estrella TV’s local station KRCA Channel 62 from 2012 to 2015. That final year, he helped launch a national, weekly public affairs show on the Estrella TV network as anchor and managing editor. The show, which was then the Liberman-owned network’s first foray into political programming, was canceled after just five months.
Molina has appeared on multiple television and cable networks, including CNN en Español, Univision, Telemundo and Miami-based MegaTV, as well as radio broadcasters such as Radio Caracol and Los Angeles’ KTNQ-1020 AM.
He previously hosted Time Warner Cable’s “Local Edition,” which aired on CNN’s Headline News channel, and “LA Community” on KNLA TV of Los Angeles from 2011 to 2012.
Molina has also written extensively for print and online media outlets, including Frontiers Magazine, MyLatinoNews.com, and NBCLatino.com.